The Blue Meanie strain is thought to have originated in southeastern Australia, its name is derived from the vivid blue bruising which appears when the fruiting body is touched. This bruising is also an indicator of its elevated concentrations of psilocybin and psilocin.
Despite the name, its effects include euphoria, synesthesia, energy, visual stimulation, vibration felt throughout the body and feelings of connectedness. It is one of the most popular cubensis strains due to the versatility of its application, and the increased potency that has been "bred" into the genetic over generations of isolation.
Its visual characteristics are typically medium/large fruiting bodies with thick, dense stems and a golden caramel to tan, often white speckled cap. This strain has moderate sporulation, moderate yield, and above average potency.
*Blue Meanie is also a common name for Panneolus Cyanscens (a different mushroom species) This product is a Psilocybe Cubensis strain*
Blue Meanie Genetics
Spore Syringe Option Includes: 1x Blue Meanie Cubensis Spore Syringe, 1x Sterile 18ga needle, 1x Alcohol Swab.
SPORE SYRINGES SHOULD BE REFRIGERATED, AND ARE VIABLE FOR 8-12 MONTHS
Spore Print Option Includes: 1x Blue Meanie Cubensis Spore Print in a 100x15mm Parafilm-wrapped Petri Dish
SPORE PRINTS ARE VIABLE FOR UP TO 10 YEARS.
Agar Culture Option Includes: 1x Blue Meanie Cubensis Isolate culture in a 100x15mm Parafilm-wrapped Petri Dish
AGAR CULTURES ARE VIABLE FOR 1-2 MONTHS.
Master Culture Option Includes: 1x Fully Colonized Blue Meanie Isolate Culture in a 1L Mason Jar, with an Inoculation/filter port lid.
MASTER CULTURES SHOULD BE USED UPON RECEIVING
Habitat: Bovine, Equine Dung and Enriched Soils
Strain Origin: Southeastern Australia
Cap: 50+ mm in diameter, convex to broadly convex to plane at maturity. Reddish cinnamon brown maturing to golden brown to light yellow. Surface dry with pronounced and persistent remnants of universal veil on cap (spots). Flesh white soon bruising bluish green.
Stem: 125+ mm in length, yellowish white. Flesh bruising bluish green where injured. Persistent membranous annulus (ring) from partial veil that becomes dusted with purple brown spores at maturity.
Gills: Attachment adnate to adnexed. Grayish coloration in young fruit bodies becoming nearly black in maturity.
Spores: Dark purplish brown, subellipsoid on 4-spored basidia